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Old 09-09-2008, 02:46 PM
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95 5.8l lightning oil pan

im not sure this really belongs in this forum, but what the heck. im putting this motor in a 65 f100 with the stock 4EOD tranny that came with it. my problems is the tranny is so big it does not fit under the cab right. my solution is to move the engine/tranny forward and downward, but to do this i will need a lower oil pan. the pan sits behind the front cossmember about 1 1/2 inches and level with cross member on right side. is there a dual sump and would a dual sump give me enough clearance to do this. if not ill have to go with another tranny and means i would have to get a diffrent computer, i believe?
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